July 27, 2010 at 9:43 PM CDT - Updated June 20 at 4:16 PM
A Texoma school district is hoping residents will support a bond election to help either renovate or build new schools.
Superintendent Jack Coody said part of the renovations could include making the school's heating and cooling dependent on a geothermal system. He said the system would pay itself off in 12 to 13 years. That with other renovations, demolitions and construction would cost an estimated $12 million. A bond election has not been set so far. We will let you know when it's put on the calendar.